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onCompleteParams ripping array elements apart

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The onCompleteParams isn't handling the Array correctly. Each character in the first index of the array is getting split into multiple indexes in the receiving function. I am using the latest version of the library.

Dresden = function () {
	var _that = this;

	this.launch = function (dialogWindow2Launch) {

		switch (dialogWindow2Launch) {
			case ENUM.DIALOG:

				var twn = TweenMax.to(_id('dialogWindowImg'),1,{ backgroundPosition:'-3200px 0px', ease: SteppedEase.config(10), paused: true});
				var arr = [1];
				TweenMax.to(_id('dialogWindow'),0.4,{ y:'200px', ease: Back.easeOut.config(1), onComplete:onLaunchComplete, onCompleteParams:['HELP'] });

	function onLaunchComplete(dialogWindow2Launch){
		console.log('onLaunchComplete=',dialogWindow2Launch[0], dialogWindow2Launch.length);// OUTPUT = onLaunchComplete= H 4
		switch (dialogWindow2Launch[0]) {
			case ENUM.DIALOG:
				console.log('dialogWindow2Launch=',dialogWindow2Launch, dialogWindow2Launch.length);
				//TweenMax.to(_id('dialogWindowImg'),1,{ backgroundPosition:'-3200px 0px', ease: SteppedEase.config(10)});
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Everything is working as designed from what I can tell:


var tween = TweenLite.to("#redBox", 0.5, {x:550, onComplete:complete, onCompleteParams:["bob", 40]})

function complete(name, age) {
  console.log(name, age)





You need to format the onCompleteParams as an Array so that multiple parameters can get into the receiving function.

I think you are expecting the only parameter that gets sent to the receiving function to be an Array.

Does that help?


If not, please provide a reduced test case.

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Posted same time as Carl...


You aren't passing an array, you're passing a string. To pass an array, put an array inside the array. You place your params inside the array, but it doesn't actually pass it because it calls Function.prototype.apply().

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